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Yes, but the quality may not be quite as good.
Flat panels are perfect for inkjet technology because the substrate is always kept very close to the print heads.
You can also print on slightly raised panels if you follow a few basic rules:
Strategies to overcome the above involve larger ink droplets, but result in grainier effects.
Our technical experts can evaluate such issues on a case by case basis.
Yes, you can print on both.
We have developed a digital printer for edge foils handling thicknesses from 0.1 to 2 mm and a useful printing width of up to 500 mm (19.7”).
Considering the issues answered in questions 1 and 3, direct digital printing on profiles is possible.
We have developed a digital printer for skirtings and other profile types. Preparation and finishing must be defined case by case.
We can only measure objective quality. Subjective quality is a question of taste.
Here are some objective factors:
One key issue is consistent acceptable quality over time.
This can be achieved by implementing the following activities:
Firstly, this does not mean “rapid prototyping”. It means creating a superficial 3D effect, a texture.
Yes, it is possible.
Achieved digitally on single-pass and multi-pass printers, there are 3 methods we advise to obtain different characteristics, all of which create a 3D effect. Depending on the end usage of the finished product, we would recommend one of these methods.